A report revealed that SpaceX’s new Starlink satellite internet service is in a very limited trial period at the moment, and SpaceX has submitted a request to the FCC for Starlink components that would allow the service to work on large moving vehicles, according to CNBC’s verege. .
Elon Musk tweeted that the current Starlink stations are too big for Tesla vehicles, and that the idea is aimed at airplanes, recreational vehicles, trucks and ships.
Elon Musk said Starlink’s internet service should be “fully mobile” by the end of this year.
This would be a major change for Starlink, which currently does not allow customers to move existing devices from address to address – if you have access to the beta, sign-up forms are clear that the service is limited to the location you enter. It comes because the satellite constellation Starlink hasn’t been fully built yet, so it’s not a permanent constraint, but it’s still a constraint today, which Elon explained again today in a tweet:
The promise of a fast and reliable satellite internet that can compete with Americas diverse broadband monopolies is very tempting.